Every season is a good time to visit our territory, the most famous hilly area of Tuscany in the world is full of picturesque landscapes and beautiful art cities.
Our scenery is like a postcard: vineyards, blooming trees, green meadows, and cypress trees that shade ancient stone farmhouses. It’s a real spectacle! Not to mention that the hills of Val d’Era and Val di Cecina, as foreigners who have fallen in love with it and regularly visit it call it, offer medieval villages, ancient manors, and fairytale abbeys.
Volterra and our B&B are at the center of everything. From here, you can easily reach any destination!
urrounded by two defensive walls, one Etruscan and the other medieval, it is one of the most important centers in Tuscany for its monuments that testify to 3000 years of civilization and for the artisanal processing of alabaster. Volterra has not yet been touched by the stress of contemporary life, and visitors who come to visit it have an immediate impression of entering the past.Approfondisci
Coming from anywhere, its numerous medieval towers are clearly visible. Even today, there are thirteen towers, and it is said that in the fourteenth century, there were 72 towers, at least one for each wealthy family. The amazement continues when you cross one of the city's gates and walk along the silent streets flanked by ancient buildings.
A few kilometers away from our accommodation, you can reach the so-called "sea of Volterra" from Vada, passing through Bibbona and Cecina. Don't miss the vast coastal pine forests and beautiful free beaches. For those who want to have fun, Cecina has a water park full of interesting games.
Siena has always attracted many tourists for its splendid monuments and its numerous masterpieces to visit in museums. Famous for the most anticipated event by the Sienese districts, the "Palio," a tradition that began in 1644 and never interrupted, takes place twice a year on July 2nd and August 16th and is a real challenge between horses and jockeys of rival districts.
Famous and ancient maritime republic, it is located a few kilometers from the Tyrrhenian coast and extends along the banks of the Arno River. It is celebrated for the "Leaning Tower," a controversial monument known as one of the seven wonders of the world. It is the capital of the province of Tuscany and an archiepiscopal see, and today it is primarily a university city.
This city is rich in monuments, historic buildings, galleries, and museums and expresses all the splendor of its ancient civilization. Its famous walk around the monuments, up to the wonderful Ponte Vecchio, is flanked by very characteristic goldsmith shops. Florence represents the economic center of the entire Tuscany and is its capital.
Lucca is enclosed within its wide sixteenth-century walls, built to defend the city, which feared the expansionist pressures of Medici politics. The city walls are interrupted by 11 bastions and three access gates. Today, it is possible to take long walks on the walls along the tree-lined avenue; they offer interesting views of the city.